Welcome to Walker Community!

Located in the Bradshaw Mountains, south of Prescott, AZ, Walker Community is an old mining district, filled with history. It’s named after Joseph Walker, mountain man, explorer, and guide. He led a party to this valley to discover gold in the summer of 1863.

Today, the valley is filled with rustic cabins and elegant homes. There’s a vibrant community of people here, with an active social calendar. Some live here full-time, while others have second homes here.

Everyone loves it here. The community is great, with pancake breakfasts and things like that.

We’re all friends, (except for a few crazy ones.)

Internet is best by https://www.walkerwifi.com/. They are solid and dependable, with fast speeds and no data limits.

Cell phone is best through “Call by WiFi” on your phone, through your personal router connected to Walker WiFi.

Verizon does the best straight cell service, but it’s dicey. The higher you go, the better cell reception you get.

TV is by satellite or streaming Internet. We have DirectTV.

We are unincorporated, so the building department is through the county, not Prescott city.

Water is from wells or hauled water. Wells can be private or shared by multiple parcels.

There are a few companies that haul water, and a few more that drill and maintain wells.

The higher the parcel, the better the view, and the farther you have to drill for water, and the more you pay for the well.

Everything is on septic. Make sure you get a permit from the county, which will mandate set backs and other stuff.

Trash collection is dumpsters at the fire station. You pay a yearly fee for the combination to the locks to dump your trash.

Mail delivery is at group mailboxes around the area. FedEx and UPS deliver to your door in most places out here.

We personally have a PO Box in town for important stuff. That’s a personal preference.

Here’s a list of people that provide services in Walker: https://www.walkercommunity.com/walker-information/

Here’s a list of all of the property for sale in Walker, houses and land, although you can filter that.

Walker Webcams Provided by Walker Wifi Internet Service

Walker Community News

Pancake Breakfast Is This Saturday!

WFPA sent this email:

The WFPA’s PANCAKE BREAKFAST is back in full force this Saturday, July 31st at the Walker Fire Station 8:00 am to 10:00 am !!!!

Not Only Pancakes & Warm Syrup But also Bacon, Sausage, Strawberries (if Costco has them), Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate, Milk and Juices, Pastries, and Ice Cream (would you believe it, a big favorite!!!)

But wait, there’s more!!!!

This month we’re planning another SURPRISE goodie!! Come see what it is.

And sorry, when it’s gone, it’s gone!! 🙁

Everyone gets a ticket for a chance to win a prize.

Every Kid gets a Prize!!!!

There […]

By |July 27th, 2021|WFPA|

Prescott National Forest Rescinds All Fire Restrictions on Wednesday, July 21 at 8:00 A.M.

Release Date: Jul 20, 2021

Contact(s): Debbie Maneely, 928-499-4736

PRESCOTT, AZ – July 21, 2021— Due to monsoonal activity and sufficient rainfall, the Prescott National Forest will rescind all fire restrictions as of 8 a.m. Wednesday, July 21, 2021.

Fire danger is moderate across the forest. Visitors are still asked to remain vigilant and avoid activities that could accidentally cause wildfires – refrain from campfires on dry and windy days and remember that it is always illegal to leave a campfire unattended. In addition, fireworks are never allowed on […]

By |July 20th, 2021|Walker Community|

Prescott National Forest Enters Stage I Fire Restrictions on Friday, July 16, 2021 at 8:00 A.M.

We can shoot again, but still no open fires. Be safe out there.

Release Date: Jul 15, 2021

Contact(s): Debbie Maneely, 928-499-4736

PRESCOTT, AZ – July 15, 2021— With scattered precipitation received across the forest, Prescott National Forest will reduce current Fire and Shooting Restrictions and enter back into Stage I Fire Restrictions on Friday, July 16, 2021 at 8:00 AM. Restrictions will remain in effect until forest officials determine that conditions have changed sufficiently to reduce the risk of human-caused wildfire.

Stage I fire restrictions prohibit the following:

Igniting, building, maintaining, or using a fire, including […]

By |July 15th, 2021|Walker Community|


WFPA says:

This Saturday, July 17th from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Walker Fire Station

For you new players the game is simple: Buy as many cards as you like, then play all night for that fee. We hand out new cards for each game. You don’t have to keep buying cards.

This is more of a social event visiting with and meeting new neighbors and reacquaint with old neighbors. It’s also a finger food Potluck as well. Please bring some finger food or a dish to share.

Be ready to have a lot of fun and possibly […]

By |July 15th, 2021|WFPA|

Walker Fire Does It Again! Small Lighting Caused Fire On Pink Car Road

I got this email from the WFPA. Walker Fire was on the scene and quickly put out this fire.

There was a small lighting caused fire on Pink Car Rd on Saturday afternoon. Our first personnel on scene were able to knock down the flame with an Indian Pack (backpack that holds 5 gallons of water) about 3-4 minutes after arriving. We then dumped about 200 gallons on it out of Brush 85.

Thanks to Prescott Engine 75 and the Forest Service for their assistance.

There were 9 Walker firefighters on the scene of the fire.

I love our fire department.

By |July 13th, 2021|Walker Fire Department|

Walker Day Final Wrap And FF Appreciation Day Announcement

This is an email from WFPA:


Well, another Walker Day is in the rear view. One final thanks to our sponsors that covered ALL the expenses going in so we can hit the ground running with ZERO out of pocket.

Gene Tomeck started covering all the food a decade or two ago.

As attendance has grown, Conrad Walton, (Realty One Group) stepped up to cover 1/2 of the food costs.

Jill Anderson, (Sotheby’s International Realty), and hubby Nick Wold, (Walker WiFi), covered all the soft drinks.

The Walker Community Church, […]

By |July 11th, 2021|WFPA|

July Pancake Breakfast is Saturday, July 31st

WFPA announced the next Pancake Breakfast. It’s July 31, not “This Saturday” as the sign says.

The July Pancake Breakfast is Saturday, July 31st.

Pancake Breakfasts are always the last Saturday of the month. Months like
this July have 5 Saturdays, but it’s always the last Saturday.

We will have another email next week too, but we just didn’t want any
confusion. 🙂

Remember Pancake Breakfasts are FREE and FUN!!!!

Sausage and Bacon
Strawberries and Blueberries
Door Prizes
Every Kid Gets a Prize!
Ice Cream (Yes….Ice Cream)
Good Conversation
New Friends
Old Friends
Coffee and Tea
and of course, Great WFPA Merchandise is available too!!!

By |July 7th, 2021|WFPA|

Prescott National Forest reopens to public entry; Stage 2 Fire Restrictions remain in place

While it’s open again, as of this morning, there are still no fires allowed.

Contact(s): Debbie Maneely: 928-777-2212

PRESCOTT, AZ – July 7, 2021— At 8:00 a.m. today, July 7, 2021 the Prescott National Forest has rescinded the full forest closure in coordination with neighboring forests. Stage II Fire Restrictions including Shooting Restrictions will remain in effect. In addition, a fire area closure remains in place for the Rafael and Tiger Fires.

Recreation personnel ask for patience as they work to remove gates, locks, signage, and barriers throughout the coming days. All developed recreation sites on the Verde […]

By |July 7th, 2021|Walker Community|

Officials closing Prescott National Forest Friday, June 25; Some lakes, forest roads will remain accessible

Officials closing Prescott National Forest Friday, June 25; Some lakes, forest roads will remain accessible

Contact(s): Debbie Maneely: 928-777-2212

PRESCOTT, AZ – June 25, 2021— Due to fire danger, dry conditions, and persistent wildfire activity during a time when firefighting resources are scarce, the entirety of the Prescott National Forest will close for public safety, beginning Friday (June 25) at 8 a.m.

Forest Order Number: 03-09-00-21-280

A full forest closure means that the public is prohibited from entering any part of the Prescott National Forest at any time. Those with private inholdings will be allowed access to their property, as well […]

By |June 26th, 2021|Walker Community|
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